TONY CHEN 5/24 夜 敬請出席學會QKC 賜教為感 弟奉徵召報告 [ 工業工程概論 ] 已請公孚更改為 [ 我說工業工程]
"joy in work" the phrase, originally "pride in work" was amended to "joy" by Deming in 1988, after David Kerridge, professor of statistics at Aberdeen, pointed out that "joy" in labour was found twice in the Book of Ecclesiastes.
"Of the four experts, Deming, who can be the harshest as a teacher, seems the most humanistic, insisting that it is every person's right to have "joy in work." He used to say "pride" until David Kerridge, a professor at the University of Aberdeen, pointed out that the Book of Ecclesiastes says "joy" in two different verses. Deming, whose one known hobby is writing liturgical masses, switched to joy. He estimates that no more than two in a hundred managers and ten in a hundred workers now have joy in their work. In Quality or else: the revolution in world business Lloyd Dobyns, Clare Crawford-Mason – 1991.
even the handwriting, easy to read. Yes, the main tribute is from ASQC.”
“I am afraid that the generation of us who knew and worked with Dr Deming is getting older. We badly need a new generation of scientists who understand the Shewhart/Deming ideas and will take them forward. So much research remains to be done...”
Theatrical release poster
|Directed by||Roland Emmerich|
|Produced by||Roland Emmerich
Larry J. Franco
|Written by||John Orloff|
Jamie Campbell Bower
Sir Derek Jacobi
|Music by||Harald Kloser
|Editing by||Peter R. Adam|
Studio Babelsberg Motion Pictures
|Distributed by||Columbia Pictures|
|Running time||130 minutes|
Set within the political atmosphere of the Elizabethan court, the film presents Lord Oxford as the true author of William Shakespeare's plays, and dramatizes events leading to the succession of Queen Elizabeth I and the Earl of Essex Rebellion against her. De Vere is depicted as a literary prodigy and the Queen's sometime lover, with whom she has a son, Henry Wriothesley, 3rd Earl of Southampton, only to discover that he himself may be the Queen's son by an earlier lover. De Vere eventually sees his suppressed plays performed through a frontman (Shakespeare), using his production of Richard III to support a rebellion led by his son and Robert Devereux, 2nd Earl of Essex. The insurrection fails, and as a condition for sparing the life of their son, the Queen declares that de Vere will never be known as the author of his plays and poems.
The film premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival on September 11, 2011. Produced by Centropolis Entertainment and Studio Babelsberg and distributed by Columbia Pictures, Anonymous was released on October 28, 2011, in 265 theatres in the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom, expanding to movie theatres around the world, in the following weeks. Critical comment has been mixed, praising its performances and visual achievements, but criticizing the film's time-jumping format and the filmmakers' promotion of the Oxfordian theory of Shakespeare authorship.